#8 Hiring Mistake - Failure to Probe for Specific Core Success Factors
Participants in our Research Study found that when traditional interview techniques were used, hiring mistakes frequently occurred.
A lack of deep probing questions to validate candidate stories, examples, and illustrations, led to embellishment and exaggeration. Interview accuracy is improved when the hiring manager probes deeply - peeling the onion, playing the role of detective, or peering deeply through microscope.
Our clients tell us they've discovered there is not a candidate alive that can "make it up fast enough" through embellishment and exaggeration when the 5-Core Question Interview and Magnifying Glass Questions are implemented.
The products and services listed below will provide the foundation so that all hiring executives and managers can overcome the Hiring Mistake of Failure to Probe for Core Success Factors.
Products To Overcome the Mistake of Failure to Ask Probing Questions
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Services to Overcome the Mistake of Failure to Ask Probing Questions
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